How do you decide which records need to be digitized within your organization? Or are you of the mindset that you will only scan something when it is needed?
In my life, the key to success was always equal to how organized I have become. While in college, I could not start homework or projects if my room was even slightly messy. This led to many nights in the library, coffee shop or local pub.
In the last three months, we have seen an unusually large number of natural disasters around the world. Wild fires, floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes are a few plights we are plagued with. How do you prepare for an event you have no control of? This should not just include an emergency kit, but also your personal documentation.
We had the privilege of working with Morning Cloudshine today. These are not drawings as some would assume but are intricate cut-outs. We scanned them on our flatbed scanner so they could become vector files. The detail was amazing!
In 2004, Graphic Imaging Services was awarded a contract from the U.S. Department of Interior. The Project was to scan historical engineering records at the Hoover Dam. These dated back to 1909, before Hoover Dam was even built. We are honored to have the opportunity to preserve history by scanning the records of one of the Seven Wonders of the Industrial World (Cadbury, 2011).
Great success at our Lunch and Learn yesterday! Thank you to everyone that came out to show their interest in an organized and paper-free work environment.
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Our client came in with little hope that her photo could be fixed. She wanted to present it to her husband on his birthday. We were able to do a full photo restoration and colorization. We also had it reprinted on canvas and then gallery wrapped! They were both overwhelmed with the results. We preserve…
For a little piece of mind Do you remember your first car? My first car was a gift from my sister-in-law’s parents and it was a seemingly invincible 1988 Oldsmobile. I treated this car like many people treat their scanning equipment, with love when it worked and anger when anything went wrong. I ran…
So many times, we jump into the process because it seems so simple. Until you get into the groove and actually use the data, many of us don’t really understand our own needs. With the large format documents, there are the obvious steps and then there are those we tend to overlook. Because of a…